Now, as an attorney with Emens & Wolper, she represents landowners in her community as they negotiate with industry officials to lease their land for drilling.
Kyra Fleming ’92 envisioned changes in the energy markets would create opportunities in an industry with a long history of stability. Two decades later as vice president and general counsel of DTE Energy, Fleming sees first-hand how vibrant and complex the industry is today.
Moritz alumnus Robert Bilott ’90 was the subject of a New York Times Magazine profile, for his work taking on American chemical company DuPont.
The Public Service Law Center is proud to sponsor alumni Rees Alexander ’13 and Tasha Miracle ’14, both litigators in the Ohio Attorney General’s office focusing on Environmental Enforcement, on Wednesday, Oct. 21, at noon in Room 251. Miracle is the former […]
David Scott ’87 brings his passion for environmental activism and fighting climate change to his new role as president of the Sierra Club.
Dylan Borchers, a member of the Class of 2013 at The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, has been awarded the Ohio State Bar Association Environmental Law Award for a paper he submitted, titled “Electric Aggregation and the Story of Ohio’s Move to Competitive Retail Electric Markets.”
Being trapped has never been a problem for Michele Schoeppe ’96. Her current occupation as an assistant general counsel for the American Chemistry Council and her previous positions with the Ohio Attorney General’s Office and the American Petroleum Institute have given her a breadth of experiences.
Pro bono work has been part of Benton B. Bodamer’s practice since day one.
A New kind of natural gas mining is shaking up Ohio and brings with it the promise of jobs and affordable energy, but critics say there might be an unforeseen impact on the environment. The process of hydraulic fracturing, known […]
From energy regulatory specialist to corporate transactional attorney, Brian Chisling ’94 is a partner in the corporate department of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP.
When appointed officials of the Public Utility Commission of Texas have a contested case before them, they turn to Katherine Gross ’08 for help.
Matt Zisk ’97 works with clients in today’s cutting-edge industries: renewable energy, clean technologies, pharmaceutical, and even next-generation fertilizers.